Nationals member for Page Kevin Hogan could be looking for a new job next year if the results of a Fairfax/Ipsos poll, announced today, were replicated at the upcoming federal election.
The new million-dollar 14-hectare sporting facilities were officially opened by the federal member for Page Kevin Hogan last week The new grounds include an AFL field/cricket oval, two rugby grounds with lighting, six tennis courts with lighting, four sealed... Read More →
At a Local Sporting Champions Award morning tea last week, 14 local teenagers were awarded $500 cheques to help them to follow their sporting dreams. ‘Those who received the awards have excelled themselves representing the northern rivers on the national... Read More →
The NSW Government has today announced $207,000 to construct the Duck Creek Mountain Bike Park at Alstonville.
Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan said he would hold his own Australia Day Citizenship and Awards Ceremony in Lismore if the Lismore City Council council scraps Australia Day celebrations on January 26.
A federal grant of almost $80,000 will help transform Lismore’s existing Koala Care Centre into a major educational tourism destination, Page MP Kevin Hogan says.
Lismore City Hall seemed an optimistic choice of venue for Tuesday night’s Page candidates’ forum, hosted by GetUp. But it was almost full, perhaps surprisingly given the state of roads after Saturday’s storms.
The union representing meatworkers has claimed that the expansion of the live export cattle trade would put up to a thousand jobs at Casino’s meat processing plant at risk. But Page MP Kevin Hogan has rejected the claim.
Supporters of needs-based Gonski funding will protest outside the office of Kevin Hogan today over the lack of support for Gonski in this year’s Federal Budget.
The state government has dismissed as a 'bureaucratic bungle' a CD it issued spruiking northern NSW to some 20,000 foreign mining investors as a good place for coal seam gas exploration.
The recent purchase by Chinese interests of four large macadamia farms in the Dunoon area with around 130,000 trees was approved by the federal government under its national interest test.
A rally to protest the Federal Government's 'inhumane treatment' of asylum seekers held in offshore detention centres is being held in Lismore, and other centres across Australia, today.
A series of briefings to help local industries get involved in the final stage of the Pacific Highway upgrade are being planned.
Strange bedfellows Nimbin's Hemp Embassy and Nationals Page MP Kevin Hogan have welcomed news that the federal government is set to allow the controlled cultivation of cannabis for medicinal or scientific purposes in Australia.
Mobile phone coverage across the northern rivers and Clarence Valley is set to improve improved with an $8.1 million investment to fix 91 local black spots. Is your area on the list?
A north coast activist who commented on Page MP Kevin Hogan’s Facebook post about the federal government’s free trade agreement with China has been banned from the page because he is ‘not a constituent’, according to the MP.
The Casino community now has an extra month to conclude negotiations to buy the Casino Drill Hall.
An Aboriginal preschool in Lismore will receive $350,000 to continue its literacy and numeracy programs. The funding announcement follows fears the preschool would have to sack staff because of funding cuts.
Another conservative political voice has joined the chorus calling for a ban on coal seam licence from the north coast of new south wales.
The Federal Government has stumped up cash to fund an avenue of trees dedicated to Australian war horses. The $8000 project will be known as “Walers Way”, and follows a motion from Cr Sue Meehan last September to apply for the funding. The... Read More →
The future of the107-year-old Drill Hall at Casino will be up for discussion today at a meeting of the Richmond Valley Council.
People under 30 on the north coast will live in poverty if they’re forced to wait six months for the dole under the federal government’s controversial Newstart changes, according to Richmond MP Justine Elliot.
The focus of the Pacific Highway upgrade is moving to the Woolgoolga to Ballina section despite concerns remaining over impacts of important koala habitat.
Federal Page MP Kevin Hogan has called on the consumer watchdog, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, to explain why oil-price reductions aren’t being passed on to north coast consumers.
The sale of Casino’s historic Drill Hall has received an eleventh-hour reprieve after intervention by Page MP Kevin Hogan – but only for six months.